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Hey Guys and Gals,

It's been a while since I've been on here but I figured I'd give everyone a heads up on what a new windshield costs for the F. Uninstalled they're around $900. I had to replace mine after I got a chip that was unnoticed because it was under the windshield wiper blade. On the following day the crack when half way up the windshield in the middle and then took a right turn toward the driver side. It pretty much ruined my weekend.

Also if you get the windshield replaced by a glass company like Safelite. Make sure to tell them you want Lexus glass otherwise they'll put there cheap glass in there which isn't market UV. So I'm guessing in the long run if you have a black interior it will fade. Safelite and other glass houses will put in a clear piece of glass while the Lexus piece is tinted green from what I've been told.
 

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don't you guys have glass coverage with your comprehensive insurance policy?
 

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Yikes!!! I have glass coverage but my deductible is $1000 anyways.
 

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Yikes!!! I have glass coverage but my deductible is $1000 anyways.
Glass coverage should be separate and have no deductible. Thats the whole point of getting it. At least that's how its been with every company I've ever been with.
 

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yes- liberty mutual paid for it.
i seem to remember the rain sensing wiper thingamajig made it more expensive.
 

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@-dsg03svt- infinus is right. Check with your insurance. Most insurance deductables for windshields are 0 to $50. Check into it. I had a buddy not too long ago replace his windshield out of pocket and was complaining to me about the cost and I told him to go to his insurance. They paid him everything but the $50 deductable he had for glass....
 

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Glass coverage should be separate and have no deductible. Thats the whole point of getting it. At least that's how its been with every company I've ever been with.
That's not true. All insurance companies in different states operate differently. Here in California, glass damage is listed under comprehensive claims.
 
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